1957 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing

It was the supercar of its day. A road-going version of the legendary Mercedes 300 SL race car, it was the brainchild of American Mercedes importer Max Hoffman. Max's idea of a race car for the street was an overnight success, and he sold over 1,000 of the 1,400 cars made from 1954 to 1957. A powerful 240 hp inline-six, independent suspension, 166 MPH top speed, timeless bodywork, and the famous gullwing doors all made the 300 SL an instant classic. This sought-after late production example is presented it's original black-on-red color scheme, and has never left its home state of Pennsylvania since new.

  • 1950 Ferrari 166 MM/212

    In 1950, Enzo Ferrari's fledgling company had been in existence for only three years. Four wealthy brothers — Vittorio, Giannino, Paolo, and Umberto Marzotto owned some 20 or more Ferraris between them, lending a large hand in keeping the company stable through those early years. Accomplished drivers in their own right, Giannino won the legendary Mille Miglia twice. After a crash put the car out of commission, it was rebuilt with the bodywork seen here. Known as the "Uovo", or egg, the result of an attempt at weight reduction and aerodynamic streamlining. A one-off example of early Ferraris, the 166 MM/212 is an important car in Ferrari's racing heritage.

  • 1965 Ferrari 275 GTB/6C

    Back when human hands had a bigger role in manufacturing, two things tended to happen: Processes, materials, and methods could change on the fly, often as things were being built, and no two objects were the same. The Ferrari 275 GTB is a perfect example, and this 1965 GTB/6C is the perfect GTB. A propensity to lift the front end at speed caused a change on the production line to a longer nose. Another change was the driveshaft joint for ease of maintenance. This car has both, along with a lightweight alloy body and six carburetors, making it the rarest of the rare. A meticulously maintained ownership and maintenance history, as well as the above-mentioned production refinements, make this one of the best classics to wear the Prancing Horse.

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